hOMES: Weekly Insight Into Hoboken and Downtown Jersey City Real Estate Trends | MAY 4, 2017
Hoboken Real Estate Trends | May 4, 2017
by Ann Wycherley
Broker Associate, Century 21 Innovative Realty
23 new listings hit the market in Hoboken and 15 places in Downtown Jersey City.
The average price for a one-bedroom this week is $566,000 so here’s a look at what approximately $500K will get you around the world:
A one-bedroom with sea views in Siracusa, Sicily will cost you $437,000
A 2 bed/2 bath in Melbourne, Australia has a price tag of $462,000.
And close to my own heart, a 2 bed/2 bath duplex in Dublin, Ireland will set you back by $470,000
Now let’s take a deeper look at the market a wee bit closer to home…
7 new listings. The average price is $566,571 and the average price per sq/ft is $721.
6 properties closed. The average price was $595,833 and the price per sq/ft was $804.
15 new listings. The average price is $751,793 the average price per sq/ft is $685.
9 properties closed. The average price was $837,833 and the average price per sq/ft was $763.
1 new listings. The price is $1,248,000 and the price per sq/ft is $777.
No sold properties.
No new listings this week.
No properties closed this week.
DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY:
5 new listings. The average price is $683,600 and the average price per sq/ft is $828.
3 properties closed. The price was $626,000 and the price per sq/ft was $890.
10 new Listings. The average price is $777,578 and the average price per sq/ft is $783.
4 properties closed. The average price was $812,249 and the average price per sq/ft was $688.
No new listings.
2 properties closed. The average price was $1,422,000 and the average price per sq/ft was $747.
2 three-bedroom homes listed for $1,145,000 and $1,250,000
No sold properties.
(Information provided by Hudson County MLS)
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Mortgage Market in Review:
There has been upward pressure on rates this week, as the Equity markets have rallied. This rally is based on the anticipation of substantial tax reform, as well as strong corporate earnings being reported. This has caused a sell-off in the bond market, which means an uptick in mortgages rates. Whether or not the current upward trend will continue should depend on the markets’ ability to make continued gains. Much of this will be based on how feasible investors feel tax reform truly is. One thing that can cause a setback to this is geopolitical risk…
CLICK HERE for a more detailed analysis from local mortgage broker Michael Mundy…
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Ann Wycherley is an award-winning realtor with over 15 years of solid real estate experience in the Hoboken and Jersey City market.
She has been recognized by the New Jersey Realtors Circle of Excellence for many years, having earned the Gold Level of Excellence for 2015 and 2016, meanwhile awarded Lifetime Membership in the New Jersey Association of Realtors Distinguished Sales Club.
Other accolades include the coveted Centurion Award for the past five years running (2012-2016), which represents the premium level of achievement within the Century 21 organization.